The royal rift reached new heights recently, as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex left the Royal Foundation, the charity set up by Harry and William.
A move which raised eyebrows at the time, with royal commentator Duncan Larcombe telling The Sun the move was a clear sign of the widening divide between Harry and Meghan and the rest of the royal family.
"It does seem odd. Why separate when you are both backing the same causes? Whether this is a sign of a rift, this is certainly a sign of division," he said.
"Harry is going to forge his own path with Meghan. For years, before he met Meghan, he was the royal gooseberry standing behind William and Kate," Duncan told the publication.
"He's now a full-time working royal with his wife. He wants autonomy as to what he does, how he does it and how she does it, which is a definite change to how it was 12 months ago," he added.
The charitable organisation has since been renamed the Royal Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
With all the feuding between the Cambridges and the Sussexes, the Queen is said to prefer spending time with her granddaughter Zara Tindall and her husband Mike, according to Ingrid.
The Queen and Zara's joint love of horses and horse riding also plays a part.
“They have a lot in common as they talk horses and the Queen has invested in several horses for her,” Ingrid revealed to The Sun.
The Queen's granddaughter and her husband like to keep themselves separate from ”royal dramas”, something Elizabeth II respects.
“They are certainly light relief. She can be herself around them," Ingrid told the publication.